We are honor to announce that we are importing and distributing the exclusive and worth wines in Vietnam. These of them excellently achieved the high score in the competition of Halliday Wine Companion 2018, led by James Halliday. Let’s check out of them as below.
James Halliday noted some trends among the wines from this year’s Halliday Wine Companion guide: “The Barossa and McLaren Vale have an increasing number of wineries with lower than traditional alcohol levels in the red wines, led by shiraz and grenache. Fresher and more vibrant wines are the result, and I hope that we’ll see a strengthening of that trend in future vintages. The standout varietal is chardonnay. Whether reduction in oak levels and earlier picking is driven by winemaker conviction or public demand is a good question. I incline to the view that it has been driven by winemakers, but has resonated with many consumers who had turned their back on oaky, buttercup yellow, fat chardonnays. Reinforcement of the new style comes from Jancis Robinson (the most important wine writer in countries with English as their first language) and the often hard-to-please Andrew Jefford, both of whom have been unstinting in their praise, equating them with Burgundy’s best.”
The Australian industry is making great strides, and the following wines, winemakers and wineries are leading the pack. The 2018 Halliday award winners, including Wine of the Year, Winery of the Year, Winemaker of the Year, Best Value Winery and Best New Winery, should be on your radar. Mark them down and seek them out.